Buffalo Plaid Stockings
New Crochet Pattern!
Are you in love with Buffalo Plaid? Not every trend sticks around, but I am so glad this one has! If you’re mad for plaid like I am, then you’re in for a treat! Get ready to bring your holiday decor into the plaid trend with my new Buffalo Plaid Stockings Pattern! This is a fast and easy crochet stocking pattern, with an endless array of color combinations so you can make everyone their fave colors without breaking a sweat! The result are fabulous and you might just be tempted to leave these beauties hanging up well into the New Year! It’s ok, that’s your vibe! ❤️🖤
Plaid Christmas Stocking
I’ve really been loving the Buffalo Plaid trend, so it was only a matter of time before I HAD to create another plaid pattern to go with my Buffalo Plaid Basket Pattern! Plaid has such a classic and timeless vibe, and feels like the perfect match for other lasting trends like farmhouse and cottage core… What I love about this easy one piece crochet christmas stocking is that the stitches are simple, and the color changes are repetitive so you’ll have the hang of it in no time!
The Buffalo Plaid Stocking Pattern design uses simple stitches, and includes detailed instructions for changing colors. You really only need to be able to single crochet, half double crochet, and learn to change colors to master this stocking crochet pattern! In fact, I loved this fab Buffalo Plaid stitch pattern and the amazing Brava Bulky Yarn gifted to me for this pattern by WeCrochet so much that I am already working on the matching Christmas Ornament Pattern! I love matching decor so much, don’t you?
If you’re like me and love crocheting matching holiday decor you will want to check out the cute Holiday Home Decor in my Sweet Stripes Collection! You can make coordinating Sweet Stripes Gift Bags, Sweet Stripes Stockings, and the Sweet Stripes Ornament! Plus these are all quick and easy crochet patterns to make, so you can crank out some matching decor in no time! Woohoo! 🧶
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Farmhouse Christmas Stocking
Nervous about working with 3 different colors? Don’t worry! The Buffalo Plaid Stocking Crochet Pattern, only uses two colors per round, and you just let the other color hang inside. So you don’t have to worry about tangling up 3 colors each round, or weaving in a ton of ends either! Crochet is meant to be fun, right?
The pattern includes 2 sizes so you can make just the right sized crochet stocking to fit your needs or make the perfect gift! The pattern uses basic stitches, just single crochets and half double crochets, so you can feel confident taking on a new challenge like color changes or working with faux fur yarn for the cuff! I will also teach you how to do a magic circle, because this is my favorite way to begin a pattern worked in the round! The pattern includes a photo and written tutorial with a link to my YouTube tutorial too!
You may be wondering, but is a Plaid Stocking pattern too complicated for Netflix and Crochet? Huzzah, this project is definitely down for some binge watching! The stitches and repetition are simple, and once you get the rhythm of the color changes down it’s almost mindless. You got this! Do you have a favorite media to binge on while you crochet? I love to listen to Audiobooks or my favorite music on repeat during the day, which I find a little less distracting. At night when I’m relaxing with my hooks and yarn I love to binge watch series with lots of seasons and episodes – and I confess I do not like to have to wait a week for the next episode!
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Crochet a Christmas Stocking
My testers told me this stocking pattern was quick to make and easy to follow! Because of the frequency of color changes, and the heel which can be a little bit tricky, I have rated this pattern for intermediate level crocheters. I am positive that a confident advanced beginner could definitely tackle the pattern with ease with my included photo tutorials!
Here’s what you need to crochet your Buffalo Plaid Stocking: 3 balls in the colors of your choice Brava Bulky yarn by WeCrochet or 200 – 300 yards of your choice of bulky/chunky weight (5) yarn, plus for the optional fur cuff you will want 1 skein of luxurious Fable Fur yarn by WeCrochet or 50 yards of your choice of super bulky faux fur yarn, and an K/10.5 6.5 mm crochet hook. ← I highly recommend this colorful beauty right here! That’s it! Simple, right?
Below are the yarns I used to create my sample stockings! I want to thank WeCrochet for generously providing the yarn I used to create this festive and fun pattern! I used Brava Bulky in Red, Wine, and Black with Falke Fable Fur for the Red Buffalo Plaid Stocking and Brava Bulky in White, Silver, and Black with Lapin Fable Fur for the White Buffalo Plaid Stocking! Which combo caught your eye? This yarn is so easy to work with, and so soft and luxurious! The texture is really nice and I just love how quickly these stockings worked up, and easily with no splitting or knots to worry about! You are going to love making your crochet stockings with Brava! ❤️
Need some help with the stitches? Check out my Learn to Crochet Series and my fun Crochet Tutorials! You can also reach out at any time! I am more than happy to help you with any questions you may have!
Pattern Testers Rock!
Thank you so much to my talented pattern testers! I am so very appreciative of their help and hard work, crochet their stockings and giving me their feedback, so I can get this pattern ready for y’all! Make sure to check out their fab Christmas Stockings they crocheted with this pattern, below!
Thank you so much for testing the Buffalo Plaid Stocking Crochet Pattern Klarisse Torres, Emma Gilbert, Kristie, Wolfenbarger, Leigh Elgie, and Arti Bahl!
Buffalo Plaid Stocking
Pattern Release Details:
This festive farmhouse stocking crochet pattern is now available for purchase in my Ravelry and Etsy shops! If you love the pattern, I would greatly appreciate you taking a moment to go and favorite ❤️ the pattern on the platform of your choice, which not only helps YOU easily find it again more easily, but it and also helps my patterns to get seen by more people! Thank you so much!! 🙂 The links below will take you to this easy one piece crochet Christmas stocking pattern in my Ravelry or Etsy shop, so you can shop at your favorite place to grab the pattern now or save it for later!
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Please Share your Crochet Stockings!
I hope you enjoy making this fast and easy Christmas Stocking crochet pattern as much as I enjoyed designing it! Once you’ve made your Large or Small Christma Stocking, I would love if you would share your Projects on social media and on Ravelry!!! I adore getting to see your finished chunky Christmas stockings!! The absolute best part about being a designer is getting to see the fab creations y’all make with my patterns! It makes me happy and it’s the reason I do what I do!! (Full confession: The yarn benefits are pretty amazing too! 😉)
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